Due to our Summer Camp Programming, Pigeon Key Historical Tours will be postponed until August 8th. We will be hosting kids for our annual Monday-Friday camps and decided to keep the facility closed on the weekends. For more information, follow the link HERE.

Please follow the link HERE to read about our Historical Tour guidelines and safety protocols regarding COVID-19.

The Pigeon Key Foundation Staff want to provide a safe and fun experience for all as we re-open to the public. Tours will be decreased due to social-distancing guidelines and visitor’s will be able to access our on-island museum, tourist area, beach area and open air spaces around the island. All other buildings will be closed to the public. Our bathroom facilities and our water fountain will be open and accessible.

Safety guidelines suggested by the CDC will be posted around our island facility and Visitor’s Center and Gift Shop. Masks will be required for admittance to the island.

Daily historical tours run at 10am, 12pm, and 2pm. The Pigeon Key Ferry leaves our Visitor’s Center located at 2010 Overseas Highway Marathon, FL 33050 at those times. After you have taken the historical tour there is extra time to explore the island on your own, enjoy a picnic lunch, or snorkel around our dock. Our Ferry leaves Pigeon Key to brings you back to our Visitor’s Center at approximately 12:20pm, 2:20pm, and 4pm. Historical tours and island access cost $12.00 per person, Monroe County residents are charged $9.00, and children under 5 are free.

Our Ferries run 365 days per year, but are weather dependent and occasionally used for other island events. Please call our Gift Shop at 305-743-5999 to check on availability and tour schedule.

* Please note:
The Old 7-Mile Bridge and Ramp accessing Pigeon Key are currently closed and will reopen on a future date to be determined.